Kent County

Chestertown HDC approves marina interpretative center design changes

Excerpt from Kent County News: The town's Historic District Commission on Sept. 6 unanimously approved design changes made to the marina's interpretive center, which is being downsized to a single-story building due to budget constraints.

By | 2017-09-19T15:15:39+00:00 September 19th, 2017|Design Review & Guidelines, Kent County, New Construction|Comments Off on Chestertown HDC approves marina interpretative center design changes

Kent County HDC Chair praises commission’s mission and procedures

Excerpt from MyEasternShoreMD: To the editor: A March 16 Kent County News article quoted Jay Yerkes saying, "It'€™s okay for the Historic District Commission (HDC) to be difficult and challenging. It's not OK to be rude." As chairperson of the commission, I apologize to anyone who feels that we have treated them rudely. We are a [...]

By | 2017-04-14T14:27:17+00:00 March 22nd, 2017|Commission Policies & Procedures, Community Outreach & Education, Kent County|Comments Off on Kent County HDC Chair praises commission’s mission and procedures

Chestertown HPC recommends designation for Radcliffee Cross

Excerpt from MyEasternShoreMD: The Kent County Historic Preservation Commission, meeting Monday, recommended designation of a property on Quaker Neck Road as a historic site. Cherilyn Widell, a historic preservation consultant based in Chestertown, presented information on Radcliffe Cross at 8046 Quaker Neck Road, just outside Chestertown. The new owners, John and Elionra Silbersack, are currently [...]

By | 2016-12-16T12:30:28+00:00 October 25th, 2016|Good News, Kent County, Landmarks & Designations|Comments Off on Chestertown HPC recommends designation for Radcliffee Cross

In the news: Kent County HDC approves demolition of 1961 building

Excerpt from MyEasternShoreMD: Another building on Cannon Street is about to be taken down. At the Chestertown Historic District Commission meeting, Wednesday, March 2, John and Pam Cambardella of Church Hill were given permission to demolish the building at 336 Cannon St., which they have owned since 2007. The Cambardellas bought the building as an [...]

By | 2016-12-16T11:28:28+00:00 March 4th, 2016|Design Review & Guidelines, Kent County, Mid-century Modern, Property Types|Comments Off on In the news: Kent County HDC approves demolition of 1961 building